È ora di proiettare il passato nel futuro, in questa ricreazione migliorata di Sonic CD! Sonic viaggia verso le lontane coste di Never Lake per l'apparizione che avviene una volta l'anno di Little Planet, un mondo misterioso in cui passato, presente e futuro si scontrano attraverso il potere delle Pietre del Tempo che si nascondono al...
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Informazioni sul gioco

È ora di proiettare il passato nel futuro, in questa ricreazione migliorata di Sonic CD!
Sonic viaggia verso le lontane coste di Never Lake per l'apparizione che avviene una volta l'anno di Little Planet, un mondo misterioso in cui passato, presente e futuro si scontrano attraverso il potere delle Pietre del Tempo che si nascondono al suo interno.
Sonic arriva solo per scoprire che il mondo, una volta meraviglioso, si trova ora imprigionato sotto un guscio metallico a spirale. Il suo arcinemico, Dr. Eggman, è venuto per impossessarsi delle Pietre del Tempo, grazie alle quali avrà presto il controllo del tempo stesso!
Per sventare i piani malefici del Dr. Eggman, Sonic dovrà utilizzare il potere di Little Planet per viaggiare nel tempo; dovrà spezzare il controllo del Dr. Eggman sul futuro distruggendo le sue macchine nel passato e recuperando le Pietre del Tempo mancanti!
Con schermo panoramico a 16:9, achievement, classifiche e la colonna sonora americana e giapponese, vivi l'avventura attraverso il tempo che ha fatto conoscere al mondo Amy Rose e la creazione più malefica del Dr. Eggman, Metal Sonic.

Requisiti di sistema

    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Pentium IV 1 ghz
    • Memory: 1GB ram
    • Graphics: directx9 video card
    • DirectX®: 9
    • Hard Drive: 286 MB
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Pubblicata: 23 gennaio
It's not Sonic '06.
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Pubblicata: 23 gennaio
EARLY IMPRESSIONS

This game should be relabeled Sonic CD Remastered because it's been completely overhauled & runs at high resolutions @ a very solid 60fps. Even the old FMV sequences are in HD & look a ton better. This is probably the best version of Sonic CD you can get & even surpasses the original in every single way.

It's still kind of confusing when compared to other 2D Sonic games. The goal isn't to reach the end as fast as possible. You have to find some wierd projection machines & destroy them & then do something... I dunno, really.

All in all, it's still a great game & worth your time if you're a Sonic fan or just interested in a retro platform game.
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Pubblicata: 21 gennaio
If you're strong,
You can fly!
You can reach the other
Of the rainbowww

It's all right!
Take a chance.
Cause there is no circumstance
...That you can't handle
-When you use your mind!

...Sonic Boom! Sonic Boom! Sonic Boom! (Trouble keeps you running faster!!)



This game is a classic, was a blast in the past and still is today. Plus, the soundtracks (Japan/USA) are both INCREDIBLE.
Now I just need a genesis controller on my computer for the full experience!
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Pubblicata: 27 febbraio
A good example of what the Mega CD could do if given the proper consideration.

For the longest time Sonic CD was my #1 favourite video game; a title possessed of a rare quality for the time it was released.

Developed as a showpiece for CD-ROM technology, it was hoped that Sonic CD would pave the way for a new generation of quality disc-based games and whilst it is a fine title in its own right, ultimately the grand vision never materialized like Sega once hoped.

Sonic CD appealed to me as a youngster for its sharp 2D graphics and flourishes of 3D, for its excellent soundtrack (in the European/Japanese version at least) and its robust palette of different levels.

Sharing much in common with the first game in the series, this lesser-known title in Sonic's library consists of 7 different stages interwoven with the theme of time travel. When Sonic passes certain posts in the game world he gains the ability to transport himself through time by gaining enough speed for several seconds (an obvious inspiration from Back to the Future).

Each stage features a design for the current time period (whether it's a good/bad future, present or the past) complete with new colours, different enemy patterns and an alternate arrangement of both the level layout and music. Such variety for a game released in 1993 is stunning (as each level essentially comes in four flavours) and it helps set Sonic CD apart from the generally lacklustre titles that call the Sega Mega CD console home.

Although the method of time travel is clunky, it remains an interesting mechanic and part of the game's advanced challenge as the only way to secure a truly good ending is to visit levels in the past and destroy a robot-producing factory present in each one.

When you add in an impressive 3D bonus stage, a time attack mode and other unlockables that save to your console's internal memory; you've got a truly great Mega CD title that keeps very small company.

This HD remaster on Steam was helmed by wizard programmer Christian Whitehead and is the best way to experience Sonic CD today, and after many years the game is finally reaching the larger audience it deserved on current generation consoles and mobile devices.

The time this game spent as my #1 video game was time admittedly obstructed by nostalgia, as very few people I spoke to then had any knowledge of this special game at all; making the whole thing feel like a more personal experience than usual.

The gameplay isn't as fast or exciting as Sonic the Hedgehog 2, the challenge is a bit lax and the overall level design does leave a lot to be desired.

But Sonic CD is still a good game and it's one that has aged remarkbly well thanks to this gorgeous HD remaster.

Read the full Sonic CD retrospective at my blog »

Read a Sonic CD soundtrack retrospective at my blog »
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This was on sale for a buck, so I bought it just to make a "gotta go FAST" joke.

I played it, and ♥♥♥♥, son. It was actually a good game.

11/10 would fast again. -IGN
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